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which team will their parents be rooting for? and good morning, america, on this special day. and what a magnificent inauguration morning here in washington, for this celebration of our enduring democracy. you're looking live at the white house right now. the president -- and there's the capitol where the president is going to take the oath, and deliver his inaugural address this morning. also, the martin luther king jr. memorial. we'll show that. today celebration, martin luther king day, as well. and, robin, i know you're watching at home this morning, as we prepare for this moment of history. i wish you could be down here with us. i know everyone up in new york shares that sentiment. hello to all you guys this morning. we're going to be down here all day long covering the
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inauguration. and, josh, all weekend, we've been tracking the celebration of the president, the lead-up to the inauguration. including what the president called the most significant event this weekend. >> indeed. the bangs that thrilled the nation. of course, his dear wife and the hair. there's so much to get to today. what a mood of celebration here in the nation's capital. so many, hundreds of thousands of people, turning out this weekend, to celebrate this inauguration. all a part of the lead-up to today's big public swearing-in. and of course, the parade to follow. overnight, the president attended the first event of his second term. a candlelight reception. >> what we're doing is celebrating each other and celebrating this incredible nation that we call home. >> reporter: where he addressed the issue everyone in washington has been discussing. >> i love michelle obama. to address the most significant event of this weekend, i love her bangs. >> reporter: hours earlier, at the white house, his second term
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officially began, as the president took the oath of office, in a private white house ceremony. >> so, help me, god. >> reporter: as michelle and daughter, malia, beamed, 11-year-old daughter, sasha, encouraged her dad. >> good job, dad. >> reporter: all weekend, workers have been preparing the capitol, the national mall, and the parade routes for the influx of spectators that descended upon washington to watch president obama be sworn in a second time. >> the theme of this year's inauguration is, our people, our future. >> reporter: while the president plans to look at the future, he'll pay tribute to the past. he'll be sworn in on two bibles. one used by abraham lincoln. and one, fittingly on this day, used by dr. martin luther king jr. the president will celebrate at two inaugural balls, versus the ten held four years ago. even if there's less fanfare,
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the day will not be without its pomp and circumstance. and star power. katy perry kicked things off at a concert earlier this weekend. ♪ at last >> reporter: and beyonce, whose rendition of edda james' "at last" was a highlight of the 2009 inauguration, will this time perform the national anthem, at the capitol ceremony. who can forget that moment in 2009. again, sasha pointed out, dad did not mess it up. he has one more shot at it. >> that's right, josh. today, a day for poetry. the prose of governing comes next. and jonathan karl at the capitol for that. as the president prepares to deliver his speech, his team is gearing up for a lot of big debates ahead. >> reporter: you can see the presidential podium, still covered in plastic. it is from there that he will deliver one of the most important speeches of his
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presidency, hoping to set the tone for a second term that his aides say will be every bit as ambitious as the first. after the ceremonies, all the celebrations and the ball, president obama will take on the tricky task of implementing his second term agenda. >> i plan to carry out the agenda i campaigned on. an agenda for new jobs, new opportunity, and new security for the middle class. >> reporter: on the list, gun control, immigration reform and climbed change. all of which will take support from both parties to implement. the president still faces a slow-growing economy and high unemployment. but there are signs things are turning around. real estate is starting to rebound. and the dow recently hit a five-year high. >> we are poised for a good year. if we make smart decisions and sound investments. and as long as washington politics don't get in the way of america's progress. >> reporter: and now, the man who ran the president's re-election campaign is hoping
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to reform it into a grassroots army to support the president's agenda for a second term. >> we have hundreds of thousands of neighborhood team members and leaders in every state of the union. we're going to work across party lines to get some things done. >> reporter: four years ago, the president promised to rise above partisan politics. >> on this day, we come to proclaim an end to the petty grievances and false promises, the recriminations and wornout dogmas that strangle our policies. >> reporter: it was a promise unfulfilled, as washington became more divided. this time around, he's going to try to directly appeal to some of those who voted against him. and, george, the white house plans a quick start. the president's team has been studying the experiences of other second-term presidents. and they have seen that you really only have about 18 months before a second-term president starts to look like a lame duck. they plan to hit the ground
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running. look for him to be traveling the country, not long from today, push ing that second term agend. and beginning with guns in schools and gun violence. let's get more from our political contributors. years of experience on the top levels of democratic and republican campaigns. donna brazile and matthew dowd. matthew, the unfulfilled promise of president obama bridging our national divisions and divisions here in the capital? >> these speeches, the inaugural speeches are different than the state of the union speeches. where do you define yourself in the country in the arc of history? he has to lay out a broad vision of that. it doesn't need to be long. but it needs to give people a sense of where the country is and where he broadly wants to go. >> and he'll try to keep it short. donna, special resonance, that this is martin luther king day. one of the bibles he'll use is
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martin luther king's bible. >> it's his dream, the vision he had for this country, of bringing people together, and sharing that brotherhood and sisterhood of love. this is going to be a very special day for those who will return to washington and those who are coming to washington for the first time to see our first biracial, african-american president. i think it's going to be a wonderful day of celebration. if dr. king were alive, he would encourage president obama to continue to pursue the programs he has over the last four years, to get people back to work. >> and of course, the fact that he is president, president obama's president, fulfilling part of martin luther king's dream. jon karl also mentioned, recent history, second terms run out of steam pretty quickly. often slip into scandal. how does the president avoid that? >> really, every day moving forward from today, is a loss of political power for an incumbent president that knows he's not going to serve. you take that back to lbj and vietnam.
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a second scandal is often plagued by a scandal. president bush and katrina. and that was the end of his presidency. you bring in new people and basically set a pattern and a tone of here's what i want to do. bringing in new people is a big point in how to fix that. >> donna, the president's aides describe him right now as battle-scarred by buoyant. >> he is using dr. martin luther king's bible and abraham lincoln, to move forward to stand for the principles that got him re-elected. and not forget that there's people back at home who want the president to work with the republicans but also want the president to do what he said he would do, to get this country moving again. >> donna and matt, you'll be with us all day long. let's go up to new york and amy. >> okay, george. not a bad day in d.c. for the inauguration. but bitter cold freezing much of the country. a windily blast targeting the northeast. sam has been tracking the very latest. sam, a big change for a lot of us. >> big change for d.c., as well,
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by tonight. for today, it's a big shot of arctic air that dropped in over the weekend. if you look at it, no matter where the air hits, it's going to be the coldest it's been in years. chicago has not been below the zero mark in 700 days. but they will get below it tonight. this air doesn't go deep in the south. but everywhere it hits, it reminds you of what winter's like. this morning, a brutal reminder of what winter can really feel like. sub zero temperatures and powerful wins, punishing the midwest. the coldest it's been in minneapolis in four years. in north dakota this morning, temperatures are 20 below zero. but in some areas of minnesota, with the windchill, it feels like almost 50 below. >> if you don't have to travel, don't. >> reporter: saturday, in michigan, as the arctic front blew through, gusts as high as 60 miles per hour, ripped frees from their roots, tossing them on houses and power lines. this morning, hundreds of thousands still lack power.
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families now living without heat in the middle cold. in north dakota saturday, driving snow driven by winds of near 60 miles per hour, a ground blizzard. along with frozen roads, slowed highways to a crawl. as these temperatures start to dip, withe got the possibility picking up snow. it's 20 inches of snow. but in many locations, three to six inches of snow. by the time you get to boston, some places in that area will have eight inches of snow. we'll tell the nation what to expect when we come back. now, to the hostage crisis in north africa. new and chilling details emerging about that raid and standoff at a natural gas complex in algeria. several americans did manage to escape. abc's brian ross has the story of their terrifying ordeal. >> reporter: during the four-day siege, authorities say some hostages were executed. others made to wear explosives around their necks. a phone call from inside, made
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to authorities outside, about what algerian tv said was one of the hostages in broken english. >> we have prisoners. we have hostages with bombs planted on the body. please, call back. please, call back. >> reporter: an al qaeda commander followed back with this ominous message in arabic. we will kill the american hostages here. we will slaughter them. algerian tv said one of the hostages made this video, as he and others escaped across the desert. survivors said one of the captors spoke excellent english and may have been from canada. and many of the terrorists were dressed as security guards, making the decision to run for it very difficult. >> you don't know who they are. and we know the terrorists are dressed the same as the security forces. and it was a huge decision. do you stay? or do you go? >> reporter: the rogue, one-eyed al qaeda leader, mokhtar belmokhtar, has taken credit for the attack.
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we and al qaeda announce this blessed operation, he was reported to have said. the chairman of the house intelligence committee told abc news, the u.s. knew that some kind of an attack was coming from his group. >> we didn't know for sure if they would be this particular place under those circumstances. but we knew that they were trying to find and complete a target against a western target, which this clearly was. >> reporter: algerian officials say they have discovered a number of bodies that were so badly burned or disfigured they cannot be immediately identified. as of this morning, of the ten americans known to be at the plant, seven escaped. one from texas has been confirmed as killed. and the fate of two others is still not officially known, although there is a growing concern about what happened to them. they were inside the plant when the army launched its bloody rescue attempt, amy. >> we are certainly thinking of their families this morning. brian ross, thank you so much. let's go back to josh in washington for the other top stories developing at this hour. josh, good morning. >> good morning to you, amy. we're going to begin here with a
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head-on train collision at the height of the morning rush. five people seriously injured when two commuter trains slammed into each other just outside vienna, austria. crews had to use specially-rigged cranes to pull some of the injured from the wreckage. investigators are looking at why both trains were traveling on the same track at the same time. and a tense landing at newark's liberty airport last night, as the united express flight blew four tires on landing. it nearly struck an faa navigation building before stopping on a taxiway. the 13 people onboard were shaken up but okay. we're looking forward to a speedy recovery for our dear friend and colleague, barbara walters. as precaution, she was hospitalized after falling and cutting her forehead in washington. barbara, giving orders to everyone. and that, as you might well know, clearly, a good sign. we want to show you this.
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a terrifying ordeal for two fishermen in tennessee. the pair dangled over the edge of a dam for some three hours. they drifted helplessly towards the falls there after their motor failed. thankful, though, for that lifeline, as are we. and something of a wild night in north miami beach. police got a call that lemurs were on the loose. one even attacked a 2-year-old girl. officers eventually captured the pair of primates and returned them to their owner. he claims someone broke into their cage while trying to steal them. the little girl, and the lemurs, thankfully, george, are all fine this morning. it is a theme. everybody today, all okay. >> we're going to miss barbara today. >> we sure are. >> hope you're okay, barbara. let's go back up to amy in new york. >> okay. we're thinking of you, barbara. now, to what's being called the bro bowl. the san francisco 49ers and the
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baltimore ravens for the super bowl. and the two brothers who coach the two teams are going head-to-head. we want to say good morning to darren revel. >> thank you so much. it's great to be here. we have the bro bowl here. the 49ers had to travel to georgia. and the ravens, to massachusetts, and play in front of a hostile opposing crowd yesterday. but in the end, they both prevailed and turned the super bowl into a family affair. they're calling it the superbaugh. or maybe, the har-bowl. either way, the 47th annual nfl title game, will pit the two harbaugh brothers, jim and john, against each other. after john's baltimore ravens crushed the new england patriots late sunday. >> absolute second-half dominance by baltimore. >> reporter: just hours after jim's san francisco 49ers beat the atlanta falcons. >> the 49ers are going to the super bowl. >> reporter: brothers have never
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been head coaches of posing teams in the big game. >> i'd like to think when you look at those two teams, you're looking at mirror images of two football teams. i'd like to think that. it's going to be a great football game. he's a great football coach. >> reporter: it's no surprise, both men were born to be here. their father, jack harbaugh coached high school and college for more than 40 years. >> the thing about our family, we're always passionate about what we do. >> reporter: older brother, john, started his nfl coaching career with the ravens in 2008. while jim played quarterback at the university of michigan and starred in the nfl for 15 years, before becoming head coach of the 49ers last season. >> it's really unique to see which brother has the experience. who really won all those match-ups when they were younger? that's going to show on super bowl sunday. >> reporter: it will be tough for the brothers to face off in two weeks for the title. but it will be harder on their parents to watch. their only consolation, no matter what, one of their sons will win it all.
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now, there's a lot of names out there for this game. superbau xw h, and bro-bowl. you towled us superbraugh was your favorite. >> who can tell them apart? >> 15 months apart. and the dad looks like them, too. >> i have something to watch other than the commercials. darren, thank you. it's time for a check of the weather. sam, are you with me? >> i guess i'll be down there at that point, with josh at that point. so, we'll be in new orleans. we'll be doing something. let's talk about the inauguration weather. it hangs on. it's beautiful for most of the day. by the time you get to the evening hours, the temperatures drop about 20 degrees. there's snowshowers later on in d.c. tonight. but for the inauguration itself and for the parade, you have very nice weather. here's the brutal chill today. look at these morning windchills. 42 below in international falls. minneapolis, 31 below.
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that's the first shot of cold air. in the west, that's where the warmth is. l.a. at 79. palm springs at 77.
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>> this is the day there is cold and warm air on the world. but tomorrow, it's mostly cold air. >> all right, sam. thank you so much. coming up next on "gma," the latest on the bizarre hoax involving notre dame football star, manti te'o. new details about the alleged mastermind behind the scam and possible other victims. also ahead, michelle obama, first lady of fashion. she's setting a trend with those brand-new bangs. we speak with one of her favorite designers. and beyonce is scheduled to sing today at the president's inauguration. what she revealed overnight about her last-minute preparations, straight ahead on about her last-minute preparations, straight ahead on "gma." while managing their schedule with my producing partner. i set up kid's corner so they can learn and play games without deleting my stuff.
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>> now from abc7 news.
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>> good morning, new this morning, san francisco police are searching for a gunman add a deadly shooting overnight after midnight knee geneva avenue. a had 3-year-old was killed and a 34-year-old is in the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. the suspect is white or hispanic wearing dark clothing and fled on foot. this is the third homicide in san francisco for the year. the san francisco 49ers are back in the bay area after winning the nfc championship in atlanta. they arrived on the chartered delta flight at san jose international airport last night. we brought it to you live on the 11:00 news. fans showed up to greet the players at the airport. they are looking to the super bowl matchup against the ravens. harbaugh versus harbaugh two weeks away in new orleans. and mike nicco has the forecast. >> good morning, everyone. we have live doppler 7 hd steady as she goes. it is dry out there this
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morning. we do have frost inland. big surprise. with temperatures around 28 in novato and 31 at concord and 32 at livermore. mid-to-upper 30's in the south bay. mostly sunny today and mild and wet wednesday on wednesday. cooler weather, also, in the accweather forecast. >> light traffic conditions on this martin luther king inauguration day. golden gate bridge is clear. an area of road work northbound 880 at high street the ramp is closed until 5:00 a.m. otherwise, we have bart on the saturday schedule, muni on the saturday schedule and caltrain running on the regular schedule and the martin luther king freedom train will lebanese the station at 9:30. >> abc news coverage of the presidential inauguration good morning, america. >> good morning, america.
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>> hey. good morning, america. >> wake up. >> wake up. ♪ come on and show all kinds of stories here in washington this weekend, for all of the inaugural festivities. katy perry. it's just begun. the inauguration ceremonies today. you see the crowd building right there in washington, d.c. about 800,000 people expected on the mall this morning. as you see it all the way up to the capitol and the washington monument. there's the lincoln memorial. the president will be looking out over that scene. the sun is shining so beautifully right there here in washington, d.c. good morning, america. good morning to robin roberts on this martin luther king day. >> robin, you are missed.
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a day that's both beautiful and brisk. president obama will be sworn in on bibles belonging both to abraham lincoln and martin luther king jr. his presidency, their dual dream. as he takes the oath, he'll face the memorial where dr. king delivered the "i have a dream" speech 60 years ago today. a day that's just begun, as we head back to new york. amy robach, lara, and sam up there in times square. >> what a beautiful shot behind you. what a beautiful day for the inauguration. just ahead, we're going to get in on the latest of the dating come on football star manti te'o. we have new details of the man behind the scam and his possible other victims. also, coming up. the president calling those bangs the biggest event of the inauguration. i don't know about that. but we'll speak with one of the first lady's favorite designers.
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everybody wondering what she will wear. >> she said he looks pretty good, too. as we told you, we're learning a lot more about the bizarre hoax involving manti te'o. te'o insists he's a victim that he didn't know his online girlfriend didn't exist. and there may be other victims, too. matt gutman has the latest from miami. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is a lot bigger than manti te'o. six victims over five years. all of them believing they were in some sort of online relationship with a woman who did not exist. the elaborate alter ego of one man. this morning, the first, new images outside the home of ronaiah tuiasosopo, as his family went to church sunday. but the man for years allegedly pretended to be a woman, talking on the phone and online with notre dame star manti te'o, is now avoiding talking at all. overnight, his attorney told abc news, tuiasosopo is not commenting. but this morning, jesse tulletel
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is. one-his first victims. >> this was elaborated for years. it wasn't just a one-time thing. those are years of creating people. >> reporter: for months, she has online conversations with a woman named lennay kekua. all the while, it was tuiasosopo. >> it's crazy. it's unbelievable this one thing was constructed to make lennay kekua. >> reporter: she said she reached out on facebook, asking about beauty pageants. >> she played volleyball at stanford. she told me she was a victoria's secret model. >> reporter: even though she had her doubts, she said she agreed to meet lennay in person. instead, a man showed up,
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ronaiah tuiasosopo. >> he was just a guy that wanted to hang out. >> reporter: perhaps the most shocking, nearly three years ago, she says she got a facebook message from manti te'o, expressing doubt. te'o told espn's jeremy schaap, that doubt lingered. >> i thought it was crazy i was with somebody i didn't meet. >> reporter: tuiasosopo is a christian crooner. but those who fell victim to him, said the 22-year-old had another hobby. tricking them as far back as 2008. six people believed to have fallen victim to him. to this man's cousin. >> the thing that i pictured. it wasn't different pictures. >> reporter: then, te'o. >> the love of my life. >> reporter: even pro football player reagan 7bq'rqmaui'a, say
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let lennay in 2007. most bizarrely, te'o kept talking about his fake girlfriend even after he knew she was a fake. he and his parents can explain that when they meet with katie couric on thursday for the on-camera interview. now, espn's jeremy schaap, and "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. jeremy, you spoke with te'o for 2 1/2 hours. you asked him everything. but some fans, some people still aren't satisfied with his answers. we know he will be speaking with katie. and his parents will be on the show, as well. what do we expect to hear? >> i think it will be important for people to see him answering these questions. i don't know what the format's going to be. i don't know if it's going to be a live audience or taped. i'm not sure if those details are available yet. but having conducted this interview offcamera, we only took still pictures. we recorded the whole thing. we put a transcript on espn.com.
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people want to know how he responds to these questions in terms of his body language. >> was he emotional with you? >> i wouldn't say emotional. there were moments when he took pregnant pauses. he was certainly aware of how much this has weighed on him. but he gave me a straightforward account. he answered 300 questions. and he never portrayed nervousness. he never backtracked. he was very convincing. >> dan, what about the legal issues here? does the damage for more victims change anything? >> it makes it more likely they'll want to prosecute. in california, one of the states where impersonating someone online is a crime. in california, it's a misdemeanor. if you can expect they can stack up the victims here, and the intent in doing it was to harm, defraud, threaten, et cetera, then there may be prosecution. but again, we're talking about a very small crime and a
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misdemeanor. but in a really high-profile case, even a misdemeanor takes on greater meaning than it might in an ordinary case. >> this is such a high-profile case. it's gotten so much coverage. it will continue to do so. what does this mean, jeremy, for te'o's nfl career? >> i think probably very little. if he goes to the nfl draft combine and has a great performance, he's going to get drafted in the first round. he's probably going to get drafted in the first round, even if he doesn't have a great combine. this is about possibly top of the draft position. does he go in the top 5 versus the top 15. one way or another, he's going to be a millionaire very soon. >> it's about on the field. and what about te'o and notre dame? any legal consequences for them? >> some say notre dame should have disclosed this earlier. my question is, why? why would notre dame come out earlier? they did their own investigation, determined there
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was no wrongdoing. i don't think there's any -- certainly no legal concern. and i don't think there's a real moral one, with regard to notre dame. the question for notre dame, is possibly ncaa violations, i don't see it. >> dan abrams, jeremy schaap. thank you for being with us. time for the weather and sam champion. >> amy, as we get ready for a big blast of wintry air across the country this week, europe had theirs. a picture from paris. about four inches of snow there. 40% of the flights canceled as that hit of snow came across the area. look at london, as well. heathrow having problems. it's been two to four inches around london. 20% of the flights canceled. 10 delayed today. the most widespread snowfall in england since 2010. a real winter blast there. here's where the low cruises up the coastline. throws snow off the great lakes. also, i think it's mountain snow and a new england snow there. we'll watch it carefully. in the southwest, it is nice and warm.
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and we are back. a special edition of "good morning america," this inauguration day. there's a shot of the national mall. lincoln memorial, gleaming in the distance. there they are. some 800,000 people expected to see the president publicly sworn in, for the second time, today. and to that end, a lot of hollywood star power making the trip to the nation's capital, as well. a-list celebrities, many of them long-time supporters of the president, flocking here to the nation's capital, to help him kick off his second term in
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style. take a look. ♪ baby, you're a firework >> reporter: inauguration weekend began with some fireworks. music's hottest names, from katy perry. >> i'm very, very proud to be a part of this weekend. ♪ without you >> reporter: to usher. >> we got another four years. >> reporter: kicking off the festivities at saturday's kids' inaugural ball, hosted by dr. jill biden and the first lady. >> this is what inauguration is all about. it's about celebrating who we are, as americans. >> reporter: this year's inauguration is expected to be a bit more low-key than the president's first in 2009. >> how does he recapture the magic the second time around? >> i think there's something beautiful to a recommitment to the people of this great nation. >> reporter: but big names have still come to d.c. to witness history. >> this is a wonderful moment to celebrate. >> i'm going to be a fan watching the whole process.
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>> the excitement in the air is palpable. >> we celebrate this american president. ♪ at last >> reporter: this morning, instead of serenading the first couple, beyonce will be singing the national anthem, expected to perform at various balls tonight, some familiar faces who helped the president celebrate four years ago. stevie wonder. to will.i.am and alicia keys. and jamie foxx, and john legend opinion along with some new faces for this president's inaugural theme, jennifer hudson and brad paisley among them. but one of the most highly-anticipated moments might not be captured by television cameras. lady gaga is expected to perform for the president's staffers on tuesday. ♪ i'm on the edge, the edge >> that's going to be some party, huh? >> it sure will be. and coming up, all eyes will
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>> now from abc7 news, good morning, i am eric thomas.
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investigators in south san francisco are looking into a suspicious fire that damaged a city hall annex breaking out at 2:00 a.m. in a dumpster and spread to the interior of the building through a window. officials say there was minimal damage mostly the office supplies, files and paperwork in the building division. also, san francisco firefighters are investigating an apartment fire in the russian hill neighborhood that happened at 3:00 a.m. a man was found unconscious inside the apartment and was treated for smoke inhalation. the fire may have been caused by an overloaded electrical circuit. and now the forecast. mike? >> good morning, everyone. check out the dry weather on live doppler 7 hd. we have frost inland. a lot of mid-to-upper 30's around the bay shore. san francisco is warmer at 46 for a high. today it will be sunny and mild. the last frosty night should be tonight as we have wet weather on the way for wednesday. today's temperatures are above average, low-to-mid 60's with
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sunshine. the accweather seven-day forecast shows temperatures in the 50's to low 60's wednesday. we will stay in the 50's to near 60 through the weekend. sue? >> now south of gilroy, 101 at 156 a sig-alert with a jackknifed big rig blocking both lanes. traveling southbound, you may want to wait. closer to home an accident north 238 to the ramp to northbound 880 blocking the left lane. we have a problem with a car and a pole down hayward police are on the scene. you need to take extra caution. we have road work northbound 880 high street on-ramp closed a few more minutes in oakland area. >> abc news coverage of the presidential inaugura
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live, from times square and washington, d.c., this is a special edition of "good morning america," with robin roberts and george stephanopoulos, the inauguration of president barack obama. and look at that lovely mist in washington, d.c. today, on this magnificent inauguration morn. there is the view, looking out towards the washington monument from the capitol right there. the crowd is starting to gather. very happy crowd. maybe not as big as last time around. 800,000 accepted. you see the smiles on their faces as we celebrate the inauguration and martin luther king day. we say good morning, america. there's the martin luther king memorial right there. >> we're thinking of you, robin, watching at home, of course. the president being sworn in this morning. almost 50 years after dr. king delivered his "i have a dream." a realization of dr. king's speech incarnate. what a day it will be. we head back to times square,
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amy robach, lara and sam all in new york. good morning, guys. >> good morning. we're looking forward to hearing all about today's celebrations. also, everyone watching michelle obama. what will she be wearing today and tonight? one of her favorite designers is here with his take on what we can expect today. and drew barrymore is joining us live. she's going to tell us about her brand-new endeavor, a makeup line. and another new project. there she is. little, beautiful olive. >> that's beautiful. guess who else is here, by the way, in house. valerie harper is here, live. we have a big surprise when valerie's here. we don't want you to miss it. let's head back to washington, d.c. >> yeah. that's where it's at. >> go there and end there. >> we'll be back to you in a little bit. right now, we want to go out to abc's bill weir. he's out on the mall right now. he's between the capitol, i believe and the washington
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monument. very happy fans. >> giddy, despite the chill this morning. good morning, george. happy martin luther king day. just to give you perspective on the crowd size. four years ago, my assignment was to be at the back of the bus, all the way at the end of the crowd. and i was underneath the washington monument, way back there. now, you can see, as we swing around, the temperatures are a little higher. but the crowd numbers, much lower today. and these people are delighted, realizing how close they'll actually be able to get to the epicenter of the action. but for the people who are here this morning, you know, the realities of politics and partisanship and governance, which may have rubbed the romance off that historic moment from four years ago, it is no less historic for these folks out here today. and a couple of the ones i'm most excited to re-ignite with, we have members of the freedom riders this morning. the brave men and women who braved arrest and physical
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violence and worse back in the late-'60s. such a meaningful moment for them four years ago. >> chicago is in the house. >> chicago is in the house. good to see you. we're here with -- we've had people from west virginia, california, mississippi. america represented, ladies and gentlemen. >> absolutely, bill. what a lovely moment that was four years ago, when you met with the freedom riders. look forward to seeing them again today. now, let's get to josh who has the morning headlines. >> we're going to begin with the rising death toll from the hostage siege in algeria, ending over the weekend at a dear price. at least 81 people confirmed killed, as bodies are still being found. so far, one american is confirmed dead. seven escaped. and concern is growing for two others still missing. and an atlanta falcons fan is in a georgia hospital this morning, after a postgame argument turned violent. witnesses say the falcons fan
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punched a 49ers fan in the face. and the 49ers fan stabbed the falcons fan in the throat. the two teams were playing yesterday. police thus far, not able to make any arrests in the attack. i spoke of that game. and the match-up for super bowl xlvii is set. it will be the brothers harbaugh leading these two teams. 49ers coach, jim harbaugh, older brother, john, leading the baltimore ravens. in the nfc championship game, jim's 49ers, erased a 17-deficit earlier to prevail over atlanta. frank gore getting it done there. and in the afc, john's ravens went into foxborou and beat tom brady and the patriots. what a night in football it was. a chilling sight in australia. a six-foot shark in shallow waters at a beach. two men trying to push it back into sea. that man fell and was almost
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bitten. wildlife experts suspect the shark was either sick or injured. and some of the world's best surfers put on a remarkable show. it was the mavericks invitational outside san francisco. the waves there, breaking 25 to 30 feet. that's a three-story building of angry water baring down behind you. in the spirit of the invitational, peter mel was your winner. he split his $50,000 cash prize with his top five competitors. peter mel, lara spencer, one, cool dude to be sure. >> or cool man. >> cool dude, man. >> you know, sam, he's a very cool man. josh, thank you. i'm going to take it from there and get to "pop news." good morning to you all. we begin with beyonce. she is on fire. she has the super bowl coming
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up. first, she must sing this morning at the president's inauguration. she posted these pictures of herself rehearsing the "star-spangled banner" before the swearing in. she'll perform on the steps this morning. it will be cold. i wonder how that will be on the pipes. but she's a pro. it's very meaningful, since it was beyonce, of course, who sang the edda james' classic "at last" for the obamas' first dance as president and first lady. >> i can't imagine the pressure of singing on the steps of the capitol. >> good for her. that's different from a big concert venue. that's the real thing. >> it's the real deal. a library in sydney, australia, has made a big decision. they're moving all books about lance armstrong to the fiction section. titles like "lance armstrong: images of a champion." and "lance armstrong: world's
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greatest champion" will no longer be in the nonfiction section. the move follows his confession that he relied on drugs. >> and move them to fiction. >> there's a sign in the library that says you can find all lance armstrong books in fiction. >> well, it's true. this is also reportedly true. and get ready for it. a genetics professor from harvard school of medicine says he has collected enough dna from neanderthal fossils to make a person. look, there's a picture. >> no. >> professor church believes, sam, cloning the species, believed to be our ancestors, 33 million years after they became extinct, could provide answers
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to diseases like cancer, hiv. and hold the key to longer living. if it makes you feel better, the professor has ruled out trying to clone dinosaurs. and it is illegal in many countries, including much of the u.s., to try cloning a neanderthal. he is accepting invitations for an adventurous woman. >> they go right to the car commercials. >> isn't there a neanderthal lawyer? >> there's a beer commercial. >> right in the commercial world. >> that's true. there's a viable means -- >> career. >> career. >> leave that in fiction. let's do a little pop quiz. >> yes. >> i found a quiz about my friend, matthew mcconaughey. >> how many times has he been mentioned in "pop news." >> why was mmc miffed with oscar voters? >> does it have something to do
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with "magic mike"? >> i can't tell you. after sam does the weather. let's get to the boards. one or two things we want to start with. we are going to start with a picture out of orlando. why? because we can. we're abc news, we have cameras everywhere. the skies are great. the west coast and that tip of florida, actually had some of the nicest temperatures on the board, as we're talking about cold air. the pleasant weather gets kind of shoved aside. over the next few night, we get colder temperatures dropping in. yes, dallas. yes, atlanta. yes, new orleans. this is a push, a direct shot of polar arctic air that drops into the country. look at international falls with the windchill at 41 below zero. that makes washington, d.c. at 29 degrees this morning, feel toasty.
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>> we've been inside this morning. i want to go outside and play with the huge crowd out there. there they are. they're here with their signs. here's lara with the morning menu. >> you go out and get dressed. >> okay. >> meanwhile, i'm going to tell you what's coming up on "gma," on our "morning menu." what is michelle obama wearing today and tonight? one of her favorite designers, and ours, here to weigh in. and drew barrymore is here, live, talking about life as a new mom. and sharing with us her new line of makeup. and also coming up, rhoda
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pressing pop quiz today. and what do you know? it's about matthew mcconaughey. we asked why mmc is miffed at oscar voters. let me just say, he was joking. he was joking when he said he couldn't believe they ignored the tune, he's singing it, "ladies of tampa," from the finest film of the year, "magic mike," everybody. as best original song. there he is. oh, my gosh. he's not wearing a shirt. i had no idea when i asked them to pull that. he covers the tune and even sings, as you just saw. the man can do it all, george. >> he sure can. you have to start the campaign now, lara. >> i am. the first lady is front and center, too. that means all kinds of interest in what michelle obama, sasha and malia will wear for all of
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the inauguration parties. deborah roberts is in washington. >> reporter: hey, george. all of the people here on the parade route interview, in a few hours to catch a glimpse of history. but many of you will tell you that they're just as excited to catch a glimpse of the stylish first lady. she's an icon for the modern american woman. michelle obama has been a show-stopper in the designer gowns, j. crew sweaters and chunky jewelry. she even got rave reviews on her 49th birthday bangs, from the president himself. >> i love her bangs. she looks good. she always looks good. >> reporter: yet, somehow, she comes off like your best girlfriend. even dropping for push-ups on "ellen." >> you guys count. >> reporter: she beats ellen, by the way. wedding aside, this first lady is the first lady of fashion. >> she has a very accessible side of her, that allows women
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to go out and buy what she's wearing. but then, in the evening, she's the first lady, in all of the pomp and circumstance that's attached to that. ♪ at last >> reporter: who can forget that jason wu gown during the first inauguration. >> what she wears, there's always a certain pragmatism to it. it's never outrageous. it's never inappropriate. >> reporter: her frugal sensibility may endear her to most women, even down to her children. the green skirt sasha wore on election night, was first wore by malia in 2011. >> she is making a statement, that they are regular girls who are living exceptional lives. >> reporter: lives that will be on full display today. what will the girls and their mother wear? now, if yesterday was any indication, she will probably stay american. that blue dress and cardigan,
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reid croykof. and michael kors. will she go short or long for the inaugural ball? >> let's see if we can get some answers. joining us now, is kate bets, author of "everyday icon: michelle obama." and one of her favorite designers. thank you for being with us. do you have the answer? what is mrs. obama going to be wearing about? and will the bangs have imact on what she chooses? >> i don't have the answer. but i think she'll be wearing long. and i think the bangs are maybe a little of a distraction from the actual answer to the question about the gown. and maybe she did that on purpose. i don't know. >> she can keep everyone talking about her hair instead of her dress. that white gown, a jason wu gown. a hard one to stop. it was stunning. >> i think she'll probably wear something in a bright color. >> and we know that mrs. obama
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has worn your clothes often. as a designer, do you have any ideas what she's going to wear? do you know she's going to wear you ahead of time? or are you surprised when you see it? you never know. >> i want to know how it felt to see mrs. obama wearing one of your creations? >> i was elated. i'm proud. i'm an immigrant, i moved to the u.s. at 11 from thailand. it's part of the american dream. >> i know the obama girls, sasha and malia, are front and center on the fashion world. j. crew came out last inauguration. what are we expecting from them? >> it seems like they're taking more fashion risks. malia wore h&m to the concert on saturday night. maybe it will be something like forever 21. >> always acceptable, which is
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great. and michelle obama is a fashion icon for sure, now. how has her style evolved as first lady. >> and what do you think we'll see from her in the next four years? >> her style is becoming more streamline. we're seeing less of the jewelry. a sleek silhouette. and that will go even more in that direction going forward. and more glamour at night. >> and thakoon, do you have mrs. obama in mind when you're coming up with your latest designs? >> absolutely. she's been a great fan. when i'm designing a dress, i'm always thinking of her. but also, the customers that are loyal to me, as well. >> all right. it is certainly going to be something to watch today, tonight. so many dresses to look for. thank you for joining us. i know you're going to be sticking around with us. we'll have more photos of michelle obama's fashion through the years at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! check those out. lara? >> we will, indeed. amy, thank you so much. we're here with drew barrymore. actress, director, producer, of plenty of movies.
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but new projects in the mix now that she's excited about. like a brand-new makeup line. a new marriage. and a beautiful baby girl. we're happy to have you here to talk about it all. >> thank you for having me. you're always to nice. i love working with you. yay. we're so happy. >> we were saying, when we talked about your wine -- also has a wine. she has a wine collection. >> bring some out? >> i didn't because i thought it was early. but a tip for later. i call it something for the inside. and the makeup for the outside. >> let's talk about your very special project first. and i want to, if you don't mind sharing, how you came up with the name for your beautiful, little girl, olive. >> my husband and i were looking through a book. it talked about what size your baby is, as it's growing inside of you. and they use food for some reason, as a reference. and that time, our baby was the size of an olive. and we never looked back. >> i love it.
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a wonderfully unique name. and you recently said you were not going to get involved with the pressure that comes along with losing weight after pregnancy. >> yeah. >> you were very vocal and said, no way. not happening. >> this is a time to be nice to ourselves and not feel about what it is or shouldn't be. so, you know, i also think that when it comes to postpregnancy life, a beauty line, it is happiness when it comes from the inside. you look and feel your most beautiful. happiness is a choice. happiness is the answer. >> absolutely. and in terms of how olive has changed your life, what do you notice being the biggest change about drew barrymore? >> well, she's made me a morning person. >> well, we love that. thank you, olive. >> yeah. >> i don't know that i've seen you here often here live. >> i was up at 6:00 a.m. with
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her, going, i'm getting ready for work. she was there. we were doing makeup together and hanging out. it's great. she puts me in a good mood in the morning. and i wouldn't be more in love with her. >> terrific. and it's so wonderful that the name, flower, which is your production company, was available. your father-in-law -- >> a coco man. >> was shocked that nobody had taken that simple, beautiful name for a line of makeup. >> he still can't believe it. but a flower is something so beautiful. if you have it in the middle of your work day. if you're rushing down the street and somebody hands you a flower, it transports you. it transcends you into something beautiful in the middle of wherever you are. it's kind of like, what kind of flower are you? are you a daisy? are you a cabbage rose? are you everything in between? this is an all-ages party. this is a very inclusive line.
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>> and 181 different products. your makeup artist is going to work with katie, who works with us on "good morning america." and give us some of your personal tricks. >> nicole works at mesa, a company i'm doing this with. and she's been integral to the line. we curated everything in this line. if you want your everyday tools in your arsenal, we have that. it's amazing to see, women, how they work with the line. you can do smoky eyes. pale lips, toffee lips. >> will you give us tip number one? >> yes. well, actually, it's something i'm wearing and something she's wearing from our foxy brown shadow pallet. and there's a great tip. if you use the color, the darker color, on your lid, but you take the lighter color, to highlight along the brow bone and in the
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corners of the eyes, it gives you a bright pop. and it defines the eye beautifully. >> that's what you use for the eyes foundation, around the outer corner, as well? is that right? >> around the outer corner. and around the nose, as well. you can put it around your nose and brighten up your whole face. that's a great way to use concealer, period. >> yeah. >> you guy, it is called flower. it is available at walmart. drew barrymore, mogul, of wine, of films, of makeup and of olive.
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>> san francisco police are searching for a gunman after a deadly shooting overnight just after midnight on naples street, a 43-year-old man was killed and another in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the suspect is hispanic male. the 49ers are won the nfc championship in atlanta, the team arrived on a chartered delta flight at shows airport after 11:00 last night. we brought it to you live on the abc7 news at 11:00 with fans showed up to greet the plane and the players. the team is looking toward the super bowl matchup against the ravens in two weeks away on february 3rd. coach harbaugh, yes, each is a coach harbaugh. >> we know a harbaugh will win. live doppler 7 hd shows dry again this morning, but for
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frost inland, and mid-30's around the bay shore until you get to san francisco at 46. so, our highs today are five to seven degrees above average again, and we will start a cooling trend with extra clouds and a chance of rain and the rest of us over the weekend. sue? >> it is busy for what we thought would be a quiet martin luther king holiday, with two sig-alerts with a jackknifed big rig west of 156 west of highway 101 with one lane getting by eastbound with traffic effect in control. and another sig-alert 288 north bound to 880 blocking the left lane. and north 880 there is another and north 880 there is another accident on the
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good morning, america. what a beautiful, gorgeous morning here in washington, d.c., for the inauguration. you see the crowd's gathered on the mall, right there on this sunny, brisk day. hats and gloves and scarves all out. robin just tweeted all of us, this is a memorable monday. she wishes she was here. so great to hear from her this morning. josh, we're going to talk to him in a minute. we're standing by because the president is about to begin his day. about to go with his family, to the church services, at st. john's episcopal church across the street. in just a few moments, we'll bring that to you live. let's go up to new york right now. with amy, sam and lara. >> that's right, george. we're awaiting the president. we'll get to him in just a bit. also ahead, here in the studio, we have valerie harper. she played rhoda on "the mary
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tyler moore show." now, she's opening up in a new memoir. and we have a special surprise for her. we can't say what it is. >> a special surprise. washington and new york, it's fun in the studio. after six seasons, the series finale of "private practice" airs tomorrow. >> say it ain't so. and taye diggs is here. that helps you get through that. with a very special message. it's fun here. george, you have the big stories down there. and the audience looks amazing. is it josh or george? >> it is george. but we're going out to josh because he's made his way out, heading down to the mall. josh, where are you, exactly? >> i'm right outside of our location inside. and yes, george, i'm officially jealous. you're inside the newseum there. i'm on pennsylvania avenue. a stone's throw from the capitol building, if you want to turn. that's where the parade will start after the public
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swearing-in. president obama, the national mall, just to my right here. he'll make his way down. they'll turn left. and make their way down here, pennsylvania avenue, on the way to the freedom plaza in the distance. you see them start to trickle in. but that is belaying the massive checkpoint to get to the parade route. sun-kissed. we were worried about snow flurries. worried about subfreezing temperatures. none of that has come to pass. the weather gods smiling on the inauguration. we're here on the parade route all day long. for now, let's go back inside, george, to that toasty set at the newseum. we're going right back outside, because cecilia vega is at the pentagon. everybody's getting warmed up there, as well, cecilia. >> reporter: aren't these guys great? how are you doing, george? good morning. we're having a great time out here. this is a staging area for all
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the marching bands that are going to participate today. 9,000 people marching in this parade, from every, single state around the country. these are my new friends from des moines. everybody say good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> reporter: and their legs, they say, do not hurt. they're ready to march in this parade. we're going to see, not just marching bands and groups like these, floats from all over the country. they're ready to have a good time today, george. >> boy, des moines so important to the president. that's where he won the iowa caucuses in 2008. you see st. john's church, across the street from the white house. president obama and his family, get ready to attend their inaugural service. the president coming right now. he did that four years ago, as well. this is the church of presidents. every president since james madison has attended services there. the president comes there once or twice a year. and they will begin their
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inaugural morning there. we see the president's car pulling up to st. john's episcopal church. four years ago, the president's family sat in pew 62, right at the front of the church. the traditional president's pew is pew 54. but the president doesn't always sit there. president obama. much grayer than he was four years ago. and the first look at the first lady this morning, as well. there's sasha. and malia, right behind, along with mrs. robinson, michelle obama's mother. the service in st. john's, the
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rector of st. john's. he gave the innovation at george w. bush's second inn inaugur inaugural. he will be speaking this morning. his theme, unity and bridging divisions in the country. so, the president and his family, enter st. john's episcopal church. we will have them when they come out of the service, in about an hour. for right now, let's go up to sam in new york with the weather. >> texas over there. okay. oh, hi. how are you guys? i couldn't hear a thing. we're outside in times square. we got great things going on here, as well. we might not be as crowded as the washington mall. but let me tell you, we're just as happy folks. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on this morning we want to show you. we'll start with the pictures. why torture us, ft. lauderdale?
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why do that? you're sending us pictures just to rub it in. there's baltimore this morning. elsewhere, here's what happens with the low. now that we have the cold air and it starts to drop, if you think it's cold in times square right now, wait until tomorrow morning. how many will be here tomorrow, as well? you will? where are you from? >> i'm from florida. >> wait until the chill gets here. that's kind of brutal, during the day tomorrow. >> we are live in times square. all that weather was brought to you by cadillac. amy? >> thanks so much.
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she won four emmys as rhoda on "the mary tyler moore show." and now, valerie harper is making a splash again in her new book "i, rhoda." she reflects on 15 years in show business. and you were supposed to be with us last monday. you weren't feeling well. you were hospitalized. i wonder how you're feeling. you look fantastic. >> i'm feeling great. i had done a bunch of tours for the book. every ten minutes, you do an interview. and i had done 12 or 15 of them in the morning. went late to rehearsarehearsal. was rehearsing away. and it was as if i had novocain. i thought, what the heck is happening to me? and my husband, thought -- yes. and went to the hospital. and they couldn't find much of anything. >> that's a good thing. >> it was. definitely not a stroke, as tony
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had feared. and i'm waiting test results. >> and we are hoping the best for you because you write candidly in the book about your other health scare. you had lung cancer. you made the decision at the time to keep quiet about it. why are you speaking out about it now? >> at that time, i was playing tallulah bankhead, who was a smoker, drinker, cursor, wild woman. for which, i was nominated for a tony. at this age, it was great to do. but i thought, this is not going to be good for comedy. if the audience is out there worrying about their rhoda. yeah. tony and i decided -- >> you were going to keep it quiet. >> and then, it's great fodder for a memoir. and tell people to get tested. women, women who don't smoke, have got to get tested. i would saved from chemo and
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radiation. >> you write about so much in the book. a lot of it, of course, about what you're most famous for, your character rhoda, on "the mary tyler moore show." we wanted to do a recreation. we have a surprise caller on the phone for you. surprise caller, would you like to say hello? >> hey, val. how are you, darling? it's me, mary. >> you can say hello back. >> oh, my god. >> speak to me. >> i'm speaking to you. i'm overwhelmed. it's so dear of you to call in, my darling friend. how are you feeling? >> i feel great, thanks. how about you? >> fine. i was at the hospital. they checked me out. oh, this is so charming. thank you for calling in. i'm just so touched. >> i just want to wish you well with the book tour. i'm sure you're going on one of those. >> i know you do. you always have wished me well.
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>> yeah. >> in every way, you have. >> how often do you get to see each other? i see the emotion in your face. >> not nearly enough. >> she's a doll. we see each other, from time to time. not enough. we were last together at betty white's birthday. her 90th -- was it her 90th? >> i don't know. she's had so many of them. i remember when she was 90 1/2. >> we'll let you all talk during the commercial break. mary, thank you for calling in. >> it was so good to talk to you, val. >> you, too, my sweetheart. >> good luck on the tour. >> yes. thank you so much. i hope -- we'll be going to several cities with the play. and while i'm there, i'll do book signings. >> okay. good. maybe i'll see you then. >> that would be great. >> okay. >> bless your heart. >> thank you, thank you, for everything you've done for me. >> it was so good talking to
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you. >> oh. two lovely ladies, still the dearest of friends. >> i love her. >> that's beautiful television. >> thank you, valerie. best of luck on your book tour. >> thank you for having me back on. and on this wonderful day, inauguration day. >> it is a historic day, indeed. >> this is unforgettable. >> thank you so much. coming up here, we have taye diggs, live with a sneak peek of the "private practice" series finale.
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all right. after six seasons, one of our favorite shows is coming to an end. the series finale of "private practice" airs tomorrow night. we're so happy to have one of its biggest stars here, with a preview of that last episode. taye diggs, everybody, in the studio. otherwise known as dr. sam benin. or dr. feelgood. congratulations on a wonderful run. >> thank you. >> it's been a really great show to watch as a viewer. and i get the tense that you all had a terrific time making "private practice." >> we have. as you can imagine, it's bittersweet. i made some really great relationships. i had an amazing opportunity
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working with shonda rhimes. >> that woman can write a word. >> she can. as soon as "grey's anatomy" came out. i said i want to be on this show or a show like this. i was able to do that. i feel grateful. >> i have a disclaimer, everybody, if you haven't heard, because the news was out, about what happens in the finale. i'm told this is not a spoiler. the news has been out. taye confirmed that. if you don't want to know, don't watch this. >> hey. >> hey. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. i wasn't sure that you'd come. >> why wouldn't i -- oh. we've always been friends first. so, i'm just glad she's happy. that's good. >> it is good. >> how are you? >> i'm fine.
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i'm really, really fine. >> oh. >> i'm in pain. >> i'm just glad she's happy. >> no more addi-sam. >> no more. we had a nice run. but she's happy. >> yeah. you have a lot of fans out there that love the couple of you and addison. sam and addison. >> it was a great opportunity. >> in the end, it's jake, huh? >> it's all good. he's a great guy. a great actor. and benjamin brothers is a great person. i'm going to miss the entire cast and crew. >> do you remember the emotions when you were taping the last show? that's not the last show. >> i remember that. >> what was it like that last time? >> it was like camp was ending. we had five, six years. it was sad, to say the least. >> it was a great ride. and thank you for allowing us all to be along it and on it with you. >> thank you. >> taye diggs, everybody. >> good to see you.
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>> you can catch the finale of "private practice," tomorrow night, abc, 10:00, 9:00 central. coming up, the final tally in our blockbuster coat drive. it's a big number, everybody. here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios
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[ cheers and applause ] we're in times square because we're back with the grand finale of our warm coats, warm hearts drive. we have the new york city knicks dancers to celebrate. your generosity has been unbelievable. we'll tell you how many coats
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you gave out this year. first, let's look at how we got here. ♪ coats came from across america, and right into times square, to kick off the sixth annual warm coats and warm hearts drive. >> it looks like we're off to a good start. >> reporter: along with our partners at burlington coat factory and one warm coat, we hit the streets in search of more. cameron mathison went door-to-door, asking perfect strangers to clean out their closet. >> this is so nice. >> reporter: and rachel smith collected bags of coats from big donors. >> awesome. are you ready to get to work? i have hundreds of coats in my van. >> reporter: so many lent a hand. like a private party, hosted by new york yankees starting pitcher, c.c. sabathia. >> able to give back to warm coats and warm hearts is good for me. >> reporter: and viewers all across americas donated coats at their local burlington stores. coats came in by the busload, carload, and armload.
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>> this is awesome. >> reporter: and as fast as we collected them, they were out the door, helping thousands across the country. >> after the hurricane hit, we lost everything. to have a warm coat means the world. >> reporter: just last year, we reached the goal of 1 million coats, in over five years. >> will smith. >> reporter: and this year, with the help from celebrities, broadway stars, a cast of characters and you, we added to that incredible total. you guys make this happen every year. so, let's see what the final coat tally is. let's run out. lara spencer, amy robach, where are you? i'm making the ladies in heels run. i know it doesn't seem fair. don't fall, amy. thank you. the last coat, ladies and gentlemen. do you think i can -- josh is afraid of heights. last year, i think he almost fell off the ladder. they give me a microphone. i have to do this with one hand.
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it's tall up here. last coat. and you tell us how many we have, right? there you go. last coat on top of the pile. >> wow. that's amazing. we should point out there is still time, today, to donate that gently-worn coat to any burlington coat factory store. the drive continues through the end of the day today. and wendy siskin is here for the big event. we want to say thank you for another successful year of teaming up. it was a stellar year. >> it was a stellar year. thank you to the "good morning america" viewers. everybody who came out and donated a coat, keep people warm this winter. >> thank you, everybody. >> thank you. >> we'll be right back. give a couple beginners a great idea,
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>> now from abc7 news.
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good morning, i am eric thomas. investigators in south san francisco are looking into a suspicious fire that damaged a city hall annex that broke out in a dumpster and spread through the window of the building. damage was minimal mostly to office supplies, files and paperwork in the building division. >> also new this morning, san francisco firefighters are investigating an overnight apartment fire in the russian hill neighborhood. it happened at 3:00 a.m. when a man was found unconscious in the apartment and treated for smoke inhalation. it could have been started by an overloaded electrical circuit. cold overnight, mike? >> yes, because it is clear and dry as you can see on live doppler 7 hd. temperatures 29 in santa rosa and concord and 32 in novato and livermore. mostly everyone else in the mid-30's to near 40 to the bay shore and the coast. this afternoon, five to seven
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degrees above average and we will imagine out in the low-to-mid 60's with a few high clouds. tonight, frost once more. then it looks like our temperatures come up overnight but cooler in the day with a chance of rain on wednesday. >> jackknifed big rig south of gilroy with lanes blocked as you can see here. the sig-alert is in effect. we have a sig-alert here northbound 238 near 880, a left lane is blocked. there is a possible second accident northbound 880 at washington with chp giving conflicting reports. we will get back to you on that. northbound 238. north 680, the accident now is cleared from the lanes. novato, east of olive, we have an accident with power lines down in the
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good morning, america, inauguration day. we're live from washington, d.c., as president obama begins his second term. >> i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear. >> the battle lines drawn for the next four years. unity, immigration, and america's debt. up to 1 million are set to watch the president address the country from the capitol. the celebrations have already begun. ♪ baby, you're a firework >> as he reveals his vision for the country. the perils and promises ahead. and obama's agenda for america. and good morning, america. we're live to you, right now, across the country.